As TCG’s executive director leaves, she reflects on 17 years distinguished by transformation, upheaval, and new opportunities to connect.
In Rio, Curitiba, and São Paulo, theatre spills into the streets as part of an ongoing effort to expand access and expression across Brazil’s socioeconomic and political divides.
A roundup of prizes, residencies, and other recognition from the week of Dec. 17.
They will hold the positions while TCG’s executive director and CEO Teresa Eyring begins a sabbatical and the search for her replacement begins.
Steward, a former co-chair of the board’s diversity, equity, and inclusion committee, succeeds Nikkole Salter.
Her leadership, which spanned the Great Recession, recovery, COVID, and other ups and downs, focused on audiences and equity, diversity, and inclusion.
TCG’s recent virtual gathering convened theatres of color to offer stories of hope, share practices and critiques, and build collective understanding.
The virtual convening begins tomorrow, July 11.
The first in the Windy City since 2010 and the first nationwide TCG gathering since 2022, it will be held in a hybrid format in partnership with the League of Chicago Theatres.
Rest Up, the first in a series of planned gatherings in a national initiative to advance a more equitable theatre ecology, will be held April 27-28.